OneSteve wrote:well, I emailed the guy just for the hell of it, and got this:
The holy healer stands alone, a-reading 'top the station. Both name the man and count the books - we'll reward your fascination.
Once Saint Mary rested here, now in a wall remembered. Name for me three sisters near, rewards will be engendered.
looks like we've got some crypto to get cracking!
JackAlsworth wrote:RE: Pixel: JR's place on the Troper Map puts him 20, 25 miles from Sydney. (Please correct me if I'm wrong, JR.) I think the GM's are trying to get more of us involved.
Pixelmage wrote:Well, as for Sydney, I know JR is near-ish, as in, in the same country at least. But even a neighboring city can be off limits to some, so I wouldn't count on him being able to get there before he says so. xD
JRPictures wrote:So as I've heard Mr. A got pissed over Enlil collecting that Wall Piece and that we should stop doing so until we refic everyone, which is fine with me.
Qara-Xuan Zenith wrote:The Gore Hill Cemetary housed the remains of St Mary Mackillop, an Australian saint, before they were removed to a Memorial Wall.
JRPictures wrote:Well I gotta resurrect this thread so far. We need to get this solved.
So here's the theories me and my mum and sister built up:
* One location could be here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_James_r ... on,_Sydney or in the State Library near it.
* It might be in St Marys: http://www.greaterbluemountainsdrive.co ... dw=9064913
* Or Mary Mackillop as mentioned earlier:Qara-Xuan Zenith wrote:The Gore Hill Cemetary housed the remains of St Mary Mackillop, an Australian saint, before they were removed to a Memorial Wall.
So far it's good progress.
screenstorming wrote:I came up with the same locations by googling. But I didn't get the sense that they really "clicked" with the riddle.
WackyMeetsPractical wrote:screenstorming wrote:I came up with the same locations by googling. But I didn't get the sense that they really "clicked" with the riddle.
What did you google? I've been trying to use google fu to solve the first question for hours, and came up with nothing useful, and I sure didn't come up with those locations.
WackyMeetsPractical wrote:I still don't understand how any of those locations answer the first question. Where is the holy healer with the books? I'm seriously missing something.
narrativedilettante wrote:"Holy healer" sounds like it would refer to a saint. Atop a station of some kind, possibly a train station? The wall piece was originally at King's Cross station. Is there a statue at King's Cross, or possibly on a train station somewhere in Australia? The riddle might be pointing us to a location, but we could also just be trying to solve the riddle and give the answers to the Agent and then get the next bit of info from him (whether more riddles or actual details). And it sounds like the saint's got multiple books with him.
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